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At a meeting of the University football team last night Robert Thomas Fisher '12, of Newton Centre, was elected captain for 1911.
Fisher prepared for College at Phillips Andover Academy, where he played left tackle for three years. He played left guard on his Freshman team and right guard on the University team in his Sophomore and Junior years. Since he has been a member of the University squad Fisher has never been out of the game on account of serious injuries. This year he was chosen by Walter Camp as an All-American guard and was generally conceded to be the best guard in the east. He is 22 years old, 5 feet 11 1-2 inches tall, and weighs 195 pounds.
The captain and members of the football team also voted that the Athletic Committee be recommended to award the University "H" to Henry Kenneth Bush '11, of Chestnut Hill.
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